Let’s get this out of the way right now. Detective Pikachu has no right to be as good as it is. After years of missteps attempting to make a video game based movie, a major Hollywood studio has finally succeeded, creating a movie that is entertaining, memorable, and an all around enjoyable experience for fans. For me, there was also a sense of familiarity in … Continue reading ‘Detective Pikachu’ Is A Modern ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’ – ScreenHub Entertainment
Well, that’s it everyone. Game of Thrones is over. The pop culture phenomenon has been the hot topic for the better part of a decade now, thanks to its engrossing writing, compelling characters and unpredictability, coupled with its marvellous set and costume design. But did the show end on a high note and how did season 8 fair overall? Let’s dive into it but in order to do that, we’re gonna have to go full spoiler not only for the finale, titled The Iron Throne, but the season as a whole.
Hey everyone! I’m back in action but since we’re a week since the last episode of Game of Thrones’ played, I thought I’d do something different this time instead of a traditional review-because let’s face it, you know what has happened and you likely have strong opinions on the matter. Naturally, for this piece, there will be full spoilers for the episode The Bells, which is the penultimate episode of the whole entire show.
You guessed it, the «Baba yaga» is back! Having now earned his trilogy, John Wick is back for a third incredible outing: Parabellum. After only five years (this is something!), it is pretty surprising to see how much of a cult classic this character has become in the «geek-o-sphere». Like Jason Bourne, James Bond and Ethan Hunt before him, good old John’s fighting skills and … Continue reading ‘John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile is not biopic on real life serial killer Ted Bundy. Rather than simply chronicle his crime spree in detail, the film takes a more unusual approach and shows it from the perspective of a long time girlfriend, Elizabeth Kloepfer. It does so to mixed results. The film is not without merit however, containing several moments of subtle brilliance before … Continue reading ‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil And Vile’ Is A Film About Denial – ScreenHub Entertainment
It’s perhaps only once in a decade that a film comes along so outrageously bad, it stops being a movie and becomes a punchline. All early indicators point to Sonic The Hedgehog as the next film to join the ranks of films like Battlefield Earth. Since the debut of its trailer last week, reactions have been so outrageously negative that Paramount, in an effort to save … Continue reading A Face-Lift Won’t Save ‘Sonic The Hedgehog’ – ScreenHub Entertainment
As always, there will be full spoilers for this episode so you have been warned!
When Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace first came out, I was eight years old. I had already been captivated by a galaxy far, far away by seeing the Special Editions in ’97 so the excitement for seeing the origins of Darth Vader consumed the child that was me. And like any eight-year-old child, I absolutely loved The Phantom Menace. Darth Maul? Coolest guy … Continue reading ‘Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace’ Is Actually More Enjoyable Than You Remember – ScreenHub Entertainment
Yes indeed folks, one of our favourite movie comedians is back for another run: Seth Rogen and his hilarious laugh…and no, there’s no James Franco this time. In a dynamic duo with Charlize Theron, both of them explore the political scene in order to deliver the best possible gags. Directed by Jonathan Levine, that guy who offered us the excellent comedies 50/50 and Warm Bodies, … Continue reading ‘Long Shot’ Movie Review – Screenhub Entertainment
As a child of the 90s, few films resonated with the culture like Terminator 2 : Judgement Day. On every front from its reviews to its box office, it seemed to have dwarfed its predecessor as the Schwarzenegger movie to end them all. And though I still have boundless love for Cameron’s innovative sequel, as I grow older, more and more I find myself going … Continue reading Love Is A Battlefield: Remembering ‘The Terminator’ – ScreenHub Entertainment